Audio/Visual sound, b&w
You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page
March 4, 2010
....The Plot Thickens..And It's Lumpy Here Too.!.Glenn Morris Goes To Deepest, Darkest Africa In Search Of His Long Lost Brother..The Mystery Ends Early As You Hear Glenn.."Call For Philip Morris"..!
February 14, 2006
In 1938, the extensive time wildlife footage in this nicely paced entertaining romp must have made a great impact on cinema audiences. Great White Hunters kill and capture animals and a local prince takes a shine to the heroine (Eleanor Holm). On both counts, Tarzan (Glenn Morris) is less than pleased and decides to do something about it. You know the rest.
I think by far the best of the Tarzan films on this site. Morris' acting isn't up to much but, for me, Holm carries the film and the production values are higher than average.
September 12, 2005
This movie is what I used to see at the kidee's
show at the Tower Theatre in Roseville Calif.
In the 50s Tarzan was second only to John Wayne!
This feature has a good plot with the usual animal
antics.The inept greenhorn fiance' of the leading
lady who shoots at everything that moves,along
with some fierce natives with a traitorous guide
with a quivering lip make for some great entertainment for the whole family!My suggestion
would be to treat yourself and your family to a
50s style kid's saturday show.Start with a couple
of toons from the cartoon chest followed by a
chapter of one of the great serials from the
archive!Follow it up with Tarzan's Revenge and
I think all you'll need beyond that is the popcorn!